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Pet Trusts

Most pet owners view their pets as members of their families. What happens to them when you pass away or are incapacitated? Because pets are legally considered personal property, they are generally considered in the same manner as your furnishings, jewelry, tools, and more at the end of your life. Fortunately, pet owners can make personalized, formal arrangements for their beloved dogs, cats, birds, and more if their pet outlives them with a Pet Trust.

Pet Trusts include the designation of a Trustee who is responsible for managing and administering the money you designate to provide for your pet's needs in the event of your death. The Conner Law Firm will help you navigate questions about funding amounts, instructions to the trustee, and more. We can advise you on how to address these matters and make recommendations on how to best incorporate a Pet Trust into your estate plan

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